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HIGHER EDUCATION PROSPECTUS Not just a qualification. We build your career


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Introducing Regent College

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Why Regent College?

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Our Campuses

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Academic Partnerships

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External Evaluations and Achievements

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Student Experience

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Careers and Employability

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Welcome

Thinking into Character (TiC)

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Fees and Funding

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The Student Voice

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Foundation Year and Degree Courses

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Higher National Diplomas (HND)

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Top-up Degrees

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WELCOME As Principal of Regent College, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the Regent family. The rapidly changing economic situation means having the right qualifications is more important for students than ever. Regent College divisions have been operating successfully for over 18 years, and this is the ninth year we have provided Higher Education programmes. We have built our reputation on well-qualified and experienced staff, small group sizes, and well-funded facilities. This allows our students to flourish and succeed – whether it is to build their careers or go on to further study.

Professor Mark Mabey Principal PhD, BSc (Hons), FRSA, PFHEA

We are dedicated to widening access to education for all prospective learners. As well as offering our services to 18+ students from across the country, we are recognised for our success in attracting applications from under-represented groups, those who are returning to education to gain new or higher level skills, and from those with varying levels of academic success in the past. We are able to work very effectively with students of all abilities to improve their prospects, carry them forward into achieving their academic aspirations, or to forge successful careers. We offer a range of business-related Higher Education courses that are designed with future professional success in mind. All our courses are fully accredited. We pride ourselves on our individual approach to our students’ needs and our willingness to work with them to achieve their goals. Our flexible approach means we are always looking to improve what we offer by regularly updating our course information, our academic policies and our quality assurance systems. At Regent College, as well as the Principal, we also have an Executive Principal who is responsible for the whole of the Regent Group and for meeting the College’s strategic objectives and plans. He is also the accountable officer for the Office for Students (OFS). This post is currently held by the Chief Executive Officer, Dr Selva Pankaj. He is supported by the Managing Director of the Group, Tharshiny Pankaj.

Dr Selva Pankaj CEO and Executive Principal FRSA, FCMA, CGMA, MBA

Tharshiny Pankaj Managing Director BSc (Hons)

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INTRODUCING REGENT COLLEGE Helping students develop a sustainable future Regent College is an award-winning college in North West London. We welcome students of all ages from across the globe, with an average age range of 18 to 35. Our aim is to provide a stimulating and supporting learning environment that enables our students to interact, share stories and support each other within a collective community. Our courses are designed to improve students’ employability and enhance their career prospects. Our lifelong dedication to improving and developing our students’ skills is fundamental to our success as a college. This ethos is integrated into everything we do. With a student satisfaction rate of 90%, Silver status in the Government’s Teaching Excellence Framework, and external validation from the Quality Assurance Agency, Regent College is a hub for excellence in student support and educational delivery. 5


Get in touch today and let’s make tomorrow your sustainable future.

Modern campuses As a growing institution, we understand that location is vital when choosing which college to attend. That’s why we have four thriving campuses in North West London: Wembley, Kingsbury, Harrow and Southall. Home to experienced teachers, thriving communities and inspiring learning resources, these campuses have been created with students of all ages in mind. From student relaxation areas to dedicated computer suites to modern classrooms, our campuses have everything you need to study and thrive for the duration of your course.

Study environment At Regent College, we make sure every student feels fully supported from day one. From industry-based courses designed with employability in mind and strong partnerships with local businesses and organisations, to on-site support and advice, and state-of-theart online platforms, you have access to all the resources and support you need for a successful future. 6


WHY REGENT COLLEGE?

Morning, evening & weekend classes – Fit your studies around your life commitments

Highly experienced tutors – Small class sizes

Progression opportunities Practical training – Advice and support – Student loans and UCAS applications

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Field trips Guest lecturers Industry presentations

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ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIPS All degrees and top-up courses offered by Regent College are awarded by our two trusted partner universities, Buckinghamshire New University and the University of Northampton.

Buckinghamshire New University is a long-lasting established university with history dating back to 1891. An established educational institution for over 125 years it is renowned for innovation, teaching and student excellence. They are ranked as a top 20 UK University for student experience and teaching quality (NSS 2018), and in 2018 Bucks received a TEF Silver Award in recognition of their teaching excellence. They were proud to see Bucks ranked 16th in the UK for teaching quality (out of 130 institutions) in the 2018 Good University Guide.

The University of Northampton is one of the youngest universities in the UK and continues to make an award-winning impact year after year. With multiple awards for its work in adding value to society, it recently received Gold accreditation in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) Year Three and was the first university in the UK to be named as a Changemaker Campus in 2012.

Both universities put students at the heart of everything they do. Their knowledge-sharing, creative integration and focus on making a positive difference to student lives perfectly matches the ethos of Regent College. We are proud to have them as our awarding bodies.

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EXTERNAL EVALUATIONS AND ACHIEVEMENTS Regent College delivers high quality teaching, learning and outcomes for students. We consistently exceed rigorous national quality requirements for UK higher education.

Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) In June 2018, Regent College was awarded TEF Silver status. Drawing on national data combined with evidence submitted by each university or college, the TEF measures excellence in three areas: teaching quality, the learning environment, and the educational and professional outcomes achieved by students. “The level of satisfaction with teaching and academic support are exceptionally high and above the provider’s benchmark and satisfaction with assessment and feedback is high and above the provider’s benchmark. Continuation rates are above the provider’s benchmark.”

Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) QAA works to safeguard quality and standards in UK universities and colleges, so that students have the best possible learning experience. QAA reports highlight good practice and contain recommendations to help improve quality. Regent College underwent a review by the QAA in September 2016 and received a commendable outcome from its 2017 monitoring visit. An annual return visit in September 2018 confirmed that we are continuing to maintain academic standards and enhance the quality of, and information about, student learning opportunities.

Pearson Regent College is inspected by Pearson twice per year, once via an Academic Management Review (AMR), and once via a Standards Verification process. Our most recent AMR took place in March 2018. Extracts from the report include: “A dynamic teaching team is supported by a robust administration process. Formal and informal tutorials are a great strength at this college.”

“There are numerous opportunities for learners to achieve merit and distinction grades through individual and group activities.”

“The college has very good quality assurance procedures ensuring the reliability of assessment and verification management. The Internal Verification process is robust, transparent and rigorously applied ensuring consistency across units and assessors.” 12


STUDENT EXPERIENCE All our courses are suitable for students aged 18 to 50 and beyond. We aim to create a stimulating and supportive learning environment that enables students to interact, share stories and support each other freely and cohesively. Drawing on our long experience of educational success and cultural diversity, our focus is on enhancing skills and developing knowledge that can help you achieve your personal and career aspirations. Embracing students from all walks of life is a priority, which is why both our academic learning facilities and courses have been designed with our students in mind. We foster a student community that encourages employability through vocational-based courses and a non-traditional student experience.

on-site student career and teaching support, we offer students everything they need, no matter which part of the world they have come from.

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Our campuses are strategically located in the heart of thriving communities, in areas that can benefit our students academically as well as socially. Ideal for encouraging a better learning experience, it is these types of communities that help our students to prosper and grow. From connections with local businesses, dedicated facilities and

Our student representatives (student reps) are volunteers who support our staff by championing the collective voice of students on all academic issues. From gathering opinions and providing constructive feedback, to helping keep students updated, the student rep is an accessible, convenient channel for ensuring your voice is heard.

If you are interested in the role of student rep, contact our Student Representative Team who would be happy to answer your questions.

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CAREERS AND EMPLOYABILITY Your learning Our experienced teachers have substantial real-life business knowledge, which is invaluable in coaching and mentoring students to further enhance their employability. Based on actual case studies and business issues, our courses are built on attributes valued by employers in the real world, such as communication skills, decisionmaking, teamwork and problem solving. This can equip you with the insights and capabilities you need to work in many different areas of business.

Our support We focus on delivering courses that can enhance your career prospects. From vocational courses to career opportunities with local businesses, your studies at Regent College will have employability at their core. This includes a comprehensive range of support services, including a dedicated careers officer, pastoral support, careers advice and tailored job search assistance, all designed to equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge to meet your career or higher education aspirations.

Enhancing opportunities By focusing on the skills most valued by employers, our courses enable you to: Develop key business knowledge and skillsets Train for specific in-demand job opportunities Enhance your career prospects Progress to a higher qualification

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THINKING INTO CHARACTER (TiC) As part of our focus on the personal development of our students, we have developed a transformational programme called ‘Thinking into Character’ (TiC). TiC is designed to help you think better, set and achieve meaningful goals, and take actions which will lead to a productive and happy future.

Led by Dr Selva Pankaj, CEO of Regent Group, and trained facilitators, the programme is unique to Regent College and is delivered digitally through our new virtual campus. It is based on in-depth, pioneering research into the science and methodology of personal achievement, and includes insights from many inspirational entrepreneurs and leaders from across the globe.

The main benefits of TiC include: Learn how to identify, set and achieve inspiring goals Improve your self-image and re-write your life script Close the gap between your intentions and your actions Understand how to turn non-productive habits into productive habits Overcome challenges and barriers to success Develop your leadership qualities

Methodology The TiC methodology is practiced by successful people all around the world. Completing the programme will not only help to transform your personal development, it will allow you to super-charge your personal and academic goals, equipping you with the knowledge and tools to achieve unprecedented success in your life.

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What does the programme include? 12 digital lessons every month, plus an additional 10 bonus lessons Video-based lessons accessible online 24/7 Student handbook, including an overview and highlights of each lesson, plus worksheets, reading material and further assignments Regular emails to keep you informed of the latest developments Invitation to thought-leadership seminars in the UK, USA and Canada Zoom video-calls and lesson facilitation Personal consultation sessions via Skype or Zoom Attendance at the annual student conference in London Private meetings with parents and students (subject to availability) 16


FEES AND FUNDING UK/EU tuition fees At Regent College, we provide students with the same rich experience as an international university, but at a competitive cost. If you would like to study with us, see the tuition fees below for the academic year 2018/19 the fees for the 2019/20 academic year will be published in due course. This possible increase will be in line with inflation. HND (All pathways) Pearson registration fee

(Applicable to all students studying a HND)

£6,135 per year

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BA (Hons) Business Management - The foundation (1st) year

£5,500 per year

BA (Hons) Business Management

£7,500 per year

BA (Hons) Business Management (Top-up)

£7,500 per year

BA (Hons) Business Entrepreneurship (Top-up)

£7,500 per year

The Pearson registration fee is a requirement of study at Regent College, to ensure that each HND student is properly registered with Pearson. This allows us to provide tuition and course materials as directed by Pearson. You will be charged the registration fee if no funding is in place at the start of term. If you are applying for a loan via the Student Loans Company, you can claim this fee back once your funding is secured. The fee is payable via debit/credit card.

Tuition loan and maintenance support All UK and EU students entering UK education are entitled to pay fees at the home rate for the academic years 2018/19 and 2019/20. Eligibility for fee assistance or maintenance support is also open to UK/EU students. This does not need repaying until the study period has finished and you are earning more than £21,000 per year.

Funding UK/EU students may be able to borrow money to help pay for university or college tuition fees and to help with living costs. For more details, visit www.gov.uk/student-finance

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THE STUDENT VOICE Our success is based on student satisfaction, which is why feedback is incredibly important. Each year we strive to do better, become more innovative and provide courses that our students can benefit and grow from. We can only do this through continuous, honest and transparent feedback. Combing qualitative input from students with our creative aspirations, we hope to excel in becoming the recommended educational institute for operational excellence and student support in London.

The National Student Survey (NSS) 2018 The NSS 2018 survey, published by the Office for Students, surveyed over 320,000 students in the UK about their university experiences. Students were asked about a variety of factors, including the teaching on their courses, learning opportunities and resources, academic support and feedback, the university community, their students’ union and student representation, along with their overall satisfaction with the quality of their course.

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of students were satisfied with assessment and feedback - 13% above the national average

of students felt part of a thriving learning community, compared to a sector average of 77%

Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) Survey 2015/16 The Destinations of Leavers of Higher Education (DLHE) survey collects information about what students (Leavers) are doing approximately six months after leaving higher education. In 2015/16: The percentage of leavers at Regent College engaged with UK work was 60.58% which was 25% higher than the National benchmark of 35.71%. The percentage of leavers at Regent College engaged with work and further study was 21.9% which was 4% higher than the national benchmark of 18.37%. HND destinations 2015/16 Regent College vs All Alternate Providers Regent All Providers

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FOUNDATION YEAR AND DEGREE COURSES Regent College foundation year and degrees are awarded by Buckinghamshire New University. An undergraduate degree from Regent College is a qualification that the world will recognise and appreciate. A degree is not a magic key that will open the door to your dream job, but it does make success more likely. Worldwide statistics prove that university graduates are less likely to be unemployed. Graduates also command salaries up to 40% higher than those without higher education. All undergraduate degrees at Regent College are designed to provide you with key subject understanding and insights. The aim is to prepare you for diverse employment opportunities across a wide range of industries.

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BA (Hons) Business Management with Foundation Year

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In addition, we offer foundation year routes into higher education. These are one-year bridging courses designed to prepare you for progression on to a degree programme. They are aimed at students who have the ability to take a degree, but don’t have the formal qualifications to go directly on to a degree course.

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BA (HONS) BUSINESS MANAGEMENT WITH FOUNDATION YEAR The BA (Hons) Business Management with Foundation Year allows you to develop your study skills and build confidence in your academic abilities, while identifying your own strengths and development needs for progression onto an undergraduate degree programme. Two of the modules enable you to develop your general academic study skills and your employability skills. The other two modules aim to equip you with the more specialised skills and understanding necessary for progression on to a Level 4 business qualification (first year of the degree). Students who do not have the required level of English language and maths for progression onto the undergraduate degree programme can still enrol by completing the Functional Skills 21

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Level 2 qualification in both English and maths by attending additional sessions. On successful completion of the foundation year, you will have met the entry requirement for progression on to the undergraduate degree programme offered by Buckinghamshire New University. Many of our students are in full-time employment or have family commitments. We strive for a diverse student group from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences. This helps to create a stimulating and supportive learning environment and is one of the reasons we offer flexible timetabling, including evening classes.

Course specification COURSE DURATION: 4 years LEVEL: RQF Level 3-6 AWARDING BODY: Buckinghamshire New University

Foundation year

BA (Hons) Business Management with Foundation Year MODULES Preparing for success Knowledge and creativity

ASSESSMENT: Assessment is by coursework and portfolio MODE OF DELIVERY: Full-time

Introduction to business management

TIMETABLE OPTIONS: Two days per week Four evenings per week

Preparing for success Self-development and responsibility

CAMPUS: Masons House, Kingsbury

Inquiry-based learning

Ameen Olorunnimbe

“I am very happy that I chose Regent College. It is a fantastic college. The tutors are ready to listen to the students and they teach you to their best ability. I have enjoyed every moment here. They have great facilities, books and computers. I was lucky to have made Regent College my choice. Regent College is in my heart.”

(Successfully enrolled onto the third year of a business course at the University of West London)

For further information on modules, please see page 23.

INTAKES: January and September FEES: £5,500 for the foundation year £7,500 thereafter for the degree (student loans eligible) ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: See page 24

Progression opportunities Foundation years are specifically designed for progression to the threeyear degree. You can progress to career opportunities in management or develop your own business ambitions. The programme provides a grounding in all areas of business management and offers the opportunity to focus on a particular area for post-graduate study.

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BA (HONS) BUSINESS MANAGEMENT A programme to develop learners into skilled and qualified leaders, as demanded by today’s employment market. The BA (Hons) Business Management programme will set you apart in the graduate market. During your course, you will be working on live project briefs giving you real business and industry experience. We have also ensured that many of our modules cover contemporary technology issues in business, futureproofing you for a modern business environment. Students choose to study business for a variety of reasons, and exposure to various disciplines. As a result, this programme offers a wide range of knowledge and skills, so you can pursue a career in any professional business-related role, such as operations and service management, customer management, project management or retail management. Having completed the programme at the prescribed level, we encourage you to progress on to a master’s or higher degree. 23


Year 1

BA (Hons) Business Management MODULES Data insights for business decisions Organisational behaviour Financial decision making Global business environment The graduate challenge Introduction to people management Principles of marketing Career viewpoint

Year 2

BA (Hons) Business Management MODULES Digital business and new technologies Enterprise and entrepreneurship (optional) Contemporary business economics Business consulting Operations and service management Consulting in practice Project management Strategic marketing (optional)

Course specification COURSE DURATION: 3 years LEVEL: RQF Level 4-6 AWARDING BODY: Buckinghamshire New University ASSESSMENT: Assessment is by coursework, projects and presentations MODE OF DELIVERY: Full-time TIMETABLE OPTIONS: Two days per week Four evenings per week CAMPUS: Masons House, Kingsbury INTAKES: January and September FEES: ÂŁ7,500 (student loans eligible) ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: See page 24

Customer experience (optional)

Progression opportunities Year 3

BA (Hons) Business Management MODULES International marketing management Developing leadership and management skills Managing and developing innovation and creativity Dissertation (optional) Consultancy project (optional)

On completion of the programme, you will be ideally prepared to progress to career opportunities in management or to develop your own business ambitions. The programme provides a grounding in all areas of business management, offering the opportunity to focus on a particular area for post-graduate study, whether full-time or part-time. Postgraduate study options include the Post Graduate Certificate in Business Leadership, the MA in Leadership and Management, or an MBA.

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Foundation year and degree

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS BA (Hons) Business Management with Foundation Year 32 UCAS points (this can be made up of different levels of level courses. For more information on the UCAS points for your qualification, go to the UCAS tariff calculator). If you have studied in a non-majority English speaking country, you will typically be asked to complete an English language test (speaking, listening, reading and writing). The expected level is IELTS 5.0 or equivalent, with no element below 4.5. These are our standard entry requirements, but we may consider lowering these for students that perform well in interview.

You will also be asked to attend an academic interview. Suitability for entry to our programmes can be demonstrated in several ways and is not limited to academic qualifications alone. Applicants who do not meet our published entry requirements are encouraged to contact our recruitment and admissions team for advice.

BA (Hons) Business Management 80-96 UCAS points (this can be made up of different levels of courses. For more information on the UCAS points for your qualification, go to the UCAS tariff calculator). If you have studied in a non-majority English speaking country, you will typically be asked to complete an English language test (speaking, listening, reading and writing). The expected level is IELTS 6.0 or equivalent, with no element below 5.5.

You will also be asked to attend an academic interview. Suitability for entry to our programmes can be demonstrated in several ways and is not limited to academic qualifications alone. Applicants who do not meet our published entry requirements are encouraged to contact our recruitment and admissions team for advice.

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Foundation year, degree & BA (Hons) Business Management (Top-up)

HOW TO APPLY From choosing your desired course, writing your personal statement and submitting the application, you can count on our friendly Recruitment Team for help and guidance at every step of the way. Get in touch to make an initial appointment to discuss your situation.

Step 1: Initial consultation. Step 2: Register. If you are a UK or EU applicant, you will need to apply through the UCAS website. You can register with UCAS directly or through your college. UCAS gives you the option of applying for up to five courses and charges you for each course you apply for. Completing the application is your chance to sell yourself. It is your moment to highlight the skills and knowledge you have learnt to date, any qualifications gained and why you want to study your chosen course. There is a step-by-step guide to help with applications on the UCAS website. Step 3: Interview. After applying for a course with Regent College, you will need to attend an admissions interview with our course team. Your recruitment advisor can book the interview for you and help you prepare for it. Step 4: Submit your application. This is the time to submit your application. Check that you have completed every section before submission. Once you have applied, you will receive an acknowledgement that your application has been received. If any further information is needed, we will contact you. You can use the ‘Track’ section on the UCAS website to monitor the progress of your application.

Offer received Once we have all the necessary information regarding your application, we will make a final decision. Our decision will be uploaded to the UCAS Track section and you will also receive a letter. If you are offered a place, the offer may be ‘conditional’ or ‘unconditional’. If you have been accepted onto the course, you will then receive your joining instructions and more information about starting your studies.

Stage 1: Offer selection You can keep track of all your applications through the UCAS Track section, including all the final offers you receive. Once you have heard back from all the universities you applied to, you will need choose which offer you want to accept, together with a back-up second choice.

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HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA (HND) Start your path to career success with a Higher National Diploma (HND) at Regent College. The Pearson Edexcel BTEC HND is designed to provide specialist work-related qualifications appropriate to the skills needs of a range of business sectors at RQF levels 4 and 5. Our HNDs aim to equip you with the knowledge, understanding and skills to achieve your employment ambitions, fulfil your academic aspirations or make the most of new opportunities in your current role. The Pearson HND also enables you to progress straight onto the third year of a bachelor’s degree, assuming you meet the other admission criteria and your application is accepted by the institution. This is called a ‘topup degree’. For more information on the top-up degrees offered at Regent College, see page 45.

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HND in Business (Accounting and Finance)

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HND in Business (Business Management)

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HND in Business (Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management)

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HND in Business (Human Resource Management)

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HND IN BUSINESS (GENERAL) The HND in Business provides practical preparation, industry insight and technical advice in a general business context. With a strong vocational focus, it has been designed to develop the skills and techniques needed in business and enable students to apply their learning to real industry situations. Each unit is tailored towards helping you develop knowledge and skills across a range of business disciplines, including national and international marketing, management, accountancy, business growth and forecasting. This course is ideal for students who have an interest in developing their business understanding and capabilities, or who want to gain a higher-level qualification in business management to enhance their current career path. On completion of the course you will be awarded a Higher National Diploma (HND).

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First Year | 601/8364/0 Pearson BTEC Level 4 HND in Business BLOCK 1 UNIT

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Business and the business environment

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Marketing essentials BLOCK 2

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Human resource management

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Management and operations BLOCK 3

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Innovation and commercialisation

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Entrepreneurship and small business management BLOCK 4

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Management accounting

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Managing a successful business project (Pearson set)

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Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Business (General) BLOCK 5 UNIT 12

Organisational behaviour

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Business strategy BLOCK 6

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Identifying entrepreneurial opportunities BLOCK 7

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Research project (Pearson set)

Course specification COURSE DURATION: 2 years LEVEL: RQF Levels 4 and 5 (240 credits) AWARDING BODY: Pearson ASSESSMENT: Assignments/course work MODE OF DELIVERY: Full-time TIMETABLE OPTIONS: Day Evening PROGRESSION: Employment or admission into the final year of a bachelor’s degree (subject to fulfilling the required admission criteria) METHOD OF STUDY: Lectures, seminars, case study analyses, group discussions and tutorials INTAKES: January, April and September CAMPUS: Madison House, Wembley ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: See page 42

Consumer behaviour and insight BLOCK 8

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Human resources - value and contribution to organisational success

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Planning for growth

Business consultant

Sales manager General manager

Pathways that do not recruit the required number of students may not run. You will be advised on alternative options if this is the case.

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HND IN BUSINESS (ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE) Our HND in Business (Accounting and Finance) provides you with a comprehensive understanding of financial planning and constraints. It covers the collection and analysis of cost data for management purposes; budgetary planning and control; preparing financial statements for different types of business and legal and regulatory provisions; accounting and management control systems and an evaluation of their effectiveness; and the taxation of individuals and limited companies. On completion of the course you will be awarded a Higher National Diploma (HND).

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First Year | 601/8364/0 Pearson BTEC Level 4 HND in Business BLOCK 1 UNIT

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Business and the business environment

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Human resource management

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Management and operations BLOCK 3

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Innovation and commercialisation

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Entrepreneurship and small business management BLOCK 4

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Management accounting

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Managing a successful business project (Pearson set)

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Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Business (Accounting and Finance) BLOCK 5 UNIT 12

Organisational behaviour

UNIT 32

Business strategy BLOCK 6

UNIT 11 SPECIALIST UNIT 13

SPECIALIST UNIT 14

COURSE DURATION: 2 years LEVEL: RQF Levels 4 and 5 (240 credits) AWARDING BODY: Pearson ASSESSMENT: Assignments/course work MODE OF DELIVERY: Full-time TIMETABLE OPTIONS: Day Evening PROGRESSION: Employment or admission into the final year of a bachelor’s degree (subject to fulfilling the required admission criteria) METHOD OF STUDY: Lectures, seminars, case study analyses, group discussions and tutorials

Research project (Pearson set)

INTAKES: January, April and September

Financial reporting

CAMPUS: Madison House, Wembley

BLOCK 7 UNIT 11

Course specification

Research project (Pearson set) Advanced management accounting BLOCK 8

SPECIALIST UNIT 15

Financial management

OPTIONAL UNIT 42

Planning for growth

Pathways that do not recruit the required number of students may not run. You will be advised on alternative options if this is the case.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: See page 42

Career routes: Chartered accountant Accounting technician Financial advisor

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HND IN BUSINESS (BUSINESS MANAGEMENT) The HND in Business (Business Management) pathway covers the main functions of management, including facilitating and managing change and providing a vision for the future of the organisation. You will focus on topics such as managing financial and physical resources; technology; managing information and providing products and services; building relationships and partnerships; managing people; leading business operations; and meeting customer needs. On completion of the course you will be awarded a Higher National Diploma (HND).

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First Year | 601/8364/0 Pearson BTEC Level 4 HND in Business BLOCK 1 UNIT

TITLE

UNIT 1

Business and the business environment

UNIT 2

Marketing essentials BLOCK 2

UNIT 3

Human resource management

UNIT 4

Management and operations BLOCK 3

OPTIONAL UNIT 8

Innovation and commercialisation

OPTIONAL UNIT 9

Entrepreneurship and small business management BLOCK 4

UNIT 5

Management accounting

UNIT 6

Managing a successful business project (Pearson set)

Second Year | 601/8365/2

Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Business (Management) BLOCK 5 UNIT 12

Organisational behaviour

UNIT 32

Business strategy BLOCK 6

UNIT 11 SPECIALIST UNIT 16

Research project (Pearson set) Operations and project management BLOCK 7

UNIT 11 SPECIALIST UNIT 17

Research project (Pearson set)

Course specification COURSE DURATION: 2 years LEVEL: RQF Levels 4 and 5 (240 credits) AWARDING BODY: Pearson ASSESSMENT: Assignments/course work MODE OF DELIVERY: Full-time TIMETABLE OPTIONS: Day Evening PROGRESSION: Employment or admission into the final year of a bachelor’s degree (subject to fulfilling the required admission criteria) METHOD OF STUDY: Lectures, seminars, case study analyses, group discussions and tutorials INTAKES: January, April and September CAMPUS: Madison House, Wembley ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: See page 42

Understanding and leading change BLOCK 8

SPECIALIST UNIT 18

Global business environment

OPTIONAL UNIT 42

Planning for growth

Career routes: Business manager Business development manager Business advisor Office manager

Pathways that do not recruit the required number of students may not run. You will be advised on alternative options if this is the case.

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HND IN BUSINESS (ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT) On this course, students learn about the influence of national culture and economy on entrepreneurship and explore the personal characteristics of entrepreneurs and the impact of personal situational factors, including education and background. You will also learn about the role and importance of small firms to the economy, and about social enterprise and the social economy. On completion of the course you will be awarded a Higher National Diploma (HND).

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First Year | 601/8364/0 Pearson BTEC Level 4 HND in Business BLOCK 1 UNIT

TITLE

UNIT 1

Business and the business environment

UNIT 2

Marketing essentials BLOCK 2

UNIT 3

Human resource management

UNIT 4

Management and operations BLOCK 3

OPTIONAL UNIT 8

Innovation and commercialisation

OPTIONAL UNIT 9

Entrepreneurship and small business management BLOCK 4

UNIT 5

Management accounting

UNIT 6

Managing a successful business project (Pearson set)

Second Year | 601/8365/2

Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Business (Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management) BLOCK 5 UNIT 12

Organisational behaviour

UNIT 32

Business strategy BLOCK 6

UNIT 11 SPECIALIST UNIT 27

SPECIALIST UNIT 28

COURSE DURATION: 2 years LEVEL: RQF Levels 4 and 5 (240 credits) AWARDING BODY: Pearson ASSESSMENT: Assignments/course work MODE OF DELIVERY: Full-time TIMETABLE OPTIONS: Day Evening PROGRESSION: Employment or admission into the final year of a bachelor’s degree (subject to fulfilling the required admission criteria) METHOD OF STUDY: Lectures, seminars, case study analyses, group discussions and tutorials

Research project (Pearson set)

INTAKES: January, April and September

Identifying entrepreneurial opportunities

CAMPUS: Madison House, Wembley

BLOCK 7 UNIT 11

Course specification

Research project (Pearson set) Launching a new venture BLOCK 8

SPECIALIST UNIT 29

Managing and running a small business

OPTIONAL UNIT 42

Planning for growth

Pathways that do not recruit the required number of students may not run. You will be advised on alternative options if this is the case.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: See page 42

Career routes: Retail manager Sales manager Business consultant General manager

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HND IN BUSINESS (HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT) Learners on the HND in Business (Human Resource Management) are introduced to the main areas of human resource management, including the human resource management role and function. This knowledge is then built on to give a broader perspective of human resource management practices. Topics covered include the role of training and employee development, including a consideration of government skills initiatives; and employment relationships in the UK, including industrial conflict, the resolution of disputes and negotiation. On completion of the course you will be awarded a Higher National Diploma (HND).

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First Year | 601/8364/0 Pearson BTEC Level 4 HND in Business BLOCK 1 UNIT

TITLE

UNIT 1

Business and the business environment

UNIT 2

Marketing essentials BLOCK 2

UNIT 3

Human resource management

UNIT 4

Management and operations BLOCK 3

OPTIONAL UNIT 8

Innovation and commercialisation

OPTIONAL UNIT 9

Entrepreneurship and small business management BLOCK 4

UNIT 5

Management accounting

UNIT 6

Managing a successful business project (Pearson set)

Second Year | 601/8365/2

Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Business (Human Resource Management) BLOCK 5 UNIT 12

Organisational behaviour

UNIT 32

Business strategy BLOCK 6

UNIT 11 SPECIALIST UNIT 19

SPECIALIST UNIT 20 SPECIALIST UNIT 21 OPTIONAL UNIT 42

COURSE DURATION: 2 years LEVEL: RQF Levels 4 and 5 (240 credits) AWARDING BODY: Pearson ASSESSMENT: Assignments/course work MODE OF DELIVERY: Full-time TIMETABLE OPTIONS: Day Evening PROGRESSION: Employment or admission into the final year of a bachelor’s degree (subject to fulfilling the required admission criteria) METHOD OF STUDY: Lectures, seminars, case study analyses, group discussions and tutorials

Research project (Pearson set)

INTAKES: January, April and September

Resource and talent planning

CAMPUS: Madison House, Wembley

BLOCK 7 UNIT 11

Course specification

Research project (Pearson set) Employee relations BLOCK 8 Strategic human resource management Planning for growth

Pathways that do not recruit the required number of students may not run. You will be advised on alternative options if this is the case.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: See page 42

Career routes: Human resources officer Training and development officer Recruitment consultant Human resources manager

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HND IN BUSINESS (MARKETING) The HND in Business (Marketing) pathway provides an overview of the marketing function. It considers the purchase decision-making process and the variables and situations influencing buyer behaviour. Topics covered include marketing research; promotional activities in response to a target audience; applying and evaluating analytical tools to create a marketing plan; sales planning and operations; and the different stages of the sales process. On completion of the course you will be awarded a Higher National Diploma (HND).

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First Year | 601/8364/0 Pearson BTEC Level 4 HND in Business BLOCK 1 UNIT

TITLE

UNIT 1

Business and the business environment

UNIT 2

Marketing essentials BLOCK 2

UNIT 3

Human resource management

UNIT 4

Management and operations BLOCK 3

OPTIONAL UNIT 8

Innovation and commercialisation

OPTIONAL UNIT 9

Entrepreneurship and small business management BLOCK 4

UNIT 5

Management accounting

UNIT 6

Managing a successful business project (Pearson set)

Second Year | 601/8365/2

Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Business (Marketing Pathway) BLOCK 5 UNIT 12

Organisational behaviour

UNIT 32

Business strategy BLOCK 6

UNIT 11 SPECIALIST UNIT 22

SPECIALIST UNIT 23

COURSE DURATION: 2 years LEVEL: RQF Levels 4 and 5 (240 credits) AWARDING BODY: Pearson ASSESSMENT: Assignments/course work MODE OF DELIVERY: Full-time TIMETABLE OPTIONS: Day Evening PROGRESSION: Employment or admission into the final year of a bachelor’s degree (subject to fulfilling the required admission criteria) METHOD OF STUDY: Lectures, seminars, case study analyses, group discussions and tutorials

Research project (Pearson set)

INTAKES: January, April and September

Product and service development

CAMPUS: Madison House, Wembley

BLOCK 7 UNIT 11

Course specification

Research project (Pearson set) Integrated marketing communications BLOCK 8

SPECIALIST UNIT 24

Digital marketing

OPTIONAL UNIT 42

Planning for growth

Pathways that do not recruit the required number of students may not run. You will be advised on alternative options if this is the case.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: See page 42

Career routes: Channel marketing manager Sales and promotion marketing executive Communications planner Digital marketing executive

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HND IN BUSINESS (OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT) Learners on the HND in Business (Operations Management) pathway will develop their understanding of contemporary business operations theories. Exploring key benchmarks and processes to enable effective critique of operational functions, you will also consider the fundamentals of project management throughout the duration of the project lifecycle. On completion of the course you will be awarded a Higher National Diploma (HND).

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First Year | 601/8364/0 Pearson BTEC Level 4 HND in Business BLOCK 1 UNIT

TITLE

UNIT 1

Business and the business environment

UNIT 2

Marketing essentials BLOCK 2

UNIT 3

Human resource management

UNIT 4

Management and operations BLOCK 3

OPTIONAL UNIT 8

Innovation and commercialisation

OPTIONAL UNIT 9

Entrepreneurship and small business management BLOCK 4

UNIT 5

Management accounting

UNIT 6

Managing a successful business project (Pearson set)

Second Year | 601/8365/2

Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Business (Operations Management) BLOCK 5 UNIT 12

Organisational behaviour

UNIT 32

Business strategy BLOCK 6

UNIT 11 SPECIALIST UNIT 16

SPECIALIST UNIT 25

COURSE DURATION: 2 years LEVEL: RQF Levels 4 and 5 (240 credits) AWARDING BODY: Pearson ASSESSMENT: Assignments/course work MODE OF DELIVERY: Full-time TIMETABLE OPTIONS: Day Evening PROGRESSION: Employment or admission into the final year of a bachelor’s degree (subject to fulfilling the required admission criteria) METHOD OF STUDY: Lectures, seminars, case study analyses, group discussions and tutorials

Research project (Pearson set)

INTAKES: January, April and September

Operations and project management

CAMPUS: Madison House, Wembley

BLOCK 7 UNIT 11

Course specification

Research project (Pearson set) Principles of operations management BLOCK 8

SPECIALIST UNIT 25

Principles of operations management

SPECIALIST UNIT 26

Supply chain management

Pathways that do not recruit the required number of students may not run. You will be advised on alternative options if this is the case.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: See page 42

Career routes: Logistics and distribution manager Supply chain manager Service delivery manager

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Higher National Diploma (HND)

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS GCSE passes at grades ‘A to C’ including English Language, and either a minimum of one A Level at grades ‘A’ to ‘E’, or a BTEC Level 3 Certificate or Diploma, or an Access to Higher Education Certificate awarded by an approved further education institution; or College-recognised certificated learning equivalent to the above. Where possible Regent College uses the NARIC database to determine equivalents to GCSE and A level qualifications; or Normally, two or more years of work experience at a managerial/supervisory/admin level relevant to the programme applied for. This must be evidenced via a personal statement, work experience form and successful interview, and supported by employment reference(s) indicating the duration of employment and the role.

You may be eligible to join an HND programme if you have previous learning that satisfies the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for the course you are interested in, normally with 90 credits (subject to syllabus studied previously). It is your responsibility to demonstrate this with objective evidence.

Prospective students who are not UK nationals, or who are UK nationals but do not have GCSE English Language at grades A to C, are required to take the Regent College’s Wembley English Academy English language assessment. If you hold IELTS grade 5.5, with both reading and writing at grade 5.5, you do not need to sit this assessment. If you do not meet the required standard of English in the assessment, you will be offered an English language course to help you improve your English to the necessary level to gain admission to the Pearson HND Business programme. 43


Higher National Diploma (HND)

HOW TO APPLY From choosing the desired course to selecting the right pathway, writing your personal statement to submitting the application, you can count on our friendly Recruitment Team for help and guidance at every step of the application process. Get in touch to make an initial appointment to discuss your situation. Step 1: Consultation appointment. Step 2: Academic interview. If you are applying to study for an HND with Regent College, you will need to attend an admissions interview. Your recruitment advisor can book your interview and help you prepare for it. But don’t worry. The interview is your chance to tell us why you want to study at Regent College. It is not a test of your interview skills.

Step 3: Submitting your application. Complete your paper-based application and submit it to our Admissions Team.

After submission You have done the hard work. So what’s next? Once you have submitted your application, you will receive a confirmation email from us to acknowledge your application.

Our decision Once we have all the necessary information regarding your application, we will make a final decision. If you are offered a place, the offer may be ‘conditional’ or ‘unconditional’. If you have been accepted onto the course, you will then receive your joining instructions and more information about starting your studies. If your results don’t meet the conditions of your offer, don’t panic! We aim to be accessible to all students and sometimes the admissions criteria can be based on experience, rather than qualifications. Contact our admissions team if your grades are not what you expected. 44


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TOP-UP DEGREES As the name suggests, a top-up degree enables you to ‘top-up’ an existing qualification like a HND in business or business ralated. It is equivalent to the final year of undergraduate study, giving you a bachelor’s level qualification. Here at Regent College, we offer a choice of two top-up degree pathways: general business management and a more specialised business entrepreneurship pathway. These courses are provided in conjunction with our partner universities, Buckinghamshire New University and the University of Northampton.

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BA (Hons) Business Management (Top-up)

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BA (Hons) Business Entrepreneurship (Top-up)

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Entry requirements

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How to apply

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BA (HONS) BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (TOP-UP) The BA (Hons) Business Management (Top-up) has been designed specifically to give you the knowledge and practical understanding employers look for in today’s ever changing business climate. You will explore key topics including leadership, innovation, marketing and change – vital concepts in the rapidly transforming world of business in any industry. Whether your ambition is to take on a senior leadership role in a large organisation, or to drive forward the success of your own business, this course will build on your previous studies in business and take your insights and understanding to the next level. Through practical application and business-focused assessments, you will develop skills and knowledge you can apply immediately in the real world. 47

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The BA (Hons) Business Management (Top-up) is a progression route from a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business to gain a full degree awarded by Buckinghamshire New University, our validation partner.

Who is the course for? This course is particularly aimed at those who already have a broad business-related HND, foundation degree or equivalent, who want to go on to build on their previous experience and skills, as well as develop critical, analytical, creative and reflective approaches to business. Offering flexible timetables, you can fit your studies around your life, with study options including evenings and weekends.

Study modules: 1. Strategic marketing (MG624) – 30 credits 2. Managing innovation in business (BM627) – 30 credits 3. Leading and managing change (MG625) – 30 credits 4. Corporate strategy and governance (BM628) – 30 credits

Stefka Zamfirova

“My name is Stefka Zamfirova and I completed the HND in Business Level 5 at Regent College. My two years at the college have become unique and unforgettable memories. My lecturers were great and helpful. I can positively say that studying at Regent College helped me to develop my knowledge, to discover more about myself and to make more friends. The college increased my personal confidence before starting my university life.”

Course specification COURSE DURATION: 1 year LEVEL: RQF Level 6 AWARDING BODY: Buckinghamshire New University ASSESSMENT: Assessments are by coursework and examination with the majority of modules being assessed by coursework only MODE OF DELIVERY: Full-time TIMETABLE OPTIONS: Two days per week Two evenings with a Saturday CAMPUS: Masons House, Kingsbury INTAKES: April and September FEES: £7,500 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: See page 50

Progression opportunities You’ll be well placed to enter employment in management-related positions in both public and private sectors. Graduates have secured employment in local authorities, retail management, financial services, media services and other sectors. Other graduates have gone on to start their own businesses or progressed to further study at post-graduate level.

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BA (HONS) BUSINESS ENTREPRENEURSHIP (TOP-UP) Being in business has never been so exciting and rewarding; entrepreneurs have the ability to work across a variety of business disciplines. Whether specialising in industries, consulting in small and medium-sized enterprises, or setting up businesses, your ability to make competent decisions in dynamic environment puts you in an ideal position to drive business success. Businesses are having to adapt continuously in the current business environment. Never before have so many organisations needed individuals with entrepreneurial skills to creatively solve problems and overcome the challenges of contemporary business. On the BA (Hons) Business Entrepreneurship Top-up, you will explore how to build and manage businesses from a practical perspective, enabling you to develop your own entrepreneurial spirit and attitude throughout the programme. 49


This course is a progression route from a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Business to gain a full degree awarded by the University of Northampton, our validating partner.

Who is the course for? This course will allow students with an HND (or equivalent level 5 qualification) in a business-related subject to progress onto the final year of a degree. It is designed for the entrepreneur of the future, and aims to prepare you for a career operating in ever changing global markets. In addition to exploring current thinking in entrepreneurship, innovation, marketing and business development, the course encourages you to develop an interest in starting and managing your own business. If you are interested in learning more about consultancy or want to eventually progress to postgraduate study, this course is ideal for you.

Study modules: 1. Opportunity, innovation and entrepreneurship (MKT3026) – 20 credits 2. Entrepreneurial marketing (MKT3025) – 20 credits 3. The entrepreneur project (MKT4007) – 20 credits In addition, you will study two additional modules from the three listed below across two semesters of study. The two modules offered will be confirmed on enrolment and are subject to student numbers. 4. Global marketing (MKT3040) – 20 credits 5. Corporate social responsibility (BUS3001) – 20 credits 6. Accounting and finance for managers (ACC3015) – 20 credits

Course specification COURSE DURATION: 1 year LEVEL: RQF Level 6 AWARDING BODY: University of Northampton ASSESSMENT: A variety of individual and group-based assessments are used in this course including reports, presentations, posters, e-portfolios, projects, client briefs and multiple choice tests MODE OF DELIVERY: Full-time TIMETABLE OPTIONS: Two weekday classes Three evening classes CAMPUS: Carmine Court, Rayners Lane and Acorn House, Southall INTAKES: February and September FEES: £7,500 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: See page 50

Progression opportunities You will be well equipped to develop a career in business management, or to put your own business ambitions into action. You will also acquire the skills needed to undertake consultancy roles, varied management roles or SME specialist roles. In addition, the programme provides the opportunity to progress on to further study at post-graduate level. 50


Top-up Degrees

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Level 5 with a good level of business topics is required: a pass in an HND a foundation degree a recognised UK degree or overseas equivalent

Evidence of English proficiency (Upper B2). If you have studied an English HND for two years, your completion of the HND meets this requirement. You will also need to attend an academic interview at which you will need to show a good conceptual understanding of business and study expectations at Level 6.

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Top-up Degrees

HOW TO APPLY

The admissions process is handled by each of our partners slightly differently. We recommend you contact our recruitment team to discuss which pathway is most suitable for you and to help you prepare for the interview stage.

Step 1: Consultation appointment. Step 2: Academic interview. All students applying for a top-up degree will need to attend an admissions interview. Your recruitment advisor can book your interview and help you prepare for it. But don’t worry. The interview is your chance to tell us why you want to study at Regent College. It’s not a test of your interview skills.

Step 3: Submitting your application. For the BA (Hons) Business Management (Top-up) awarded by Buckinghamshire New University, you will follow the same procedure as our degree and foundation years and apply via UCAS as outlined on page 25. For the BA (Hons) Business Entrepreneurship (Top-up) awarded by the University of Northampton, you will complete a paper-based application and submit it to our Admissions Team.

After submission When you have submitted your application, you will receive a confirmation email to acknowledge receipt. If we need any additional information, we will let you know. We will then liaise with our partner university to have your application reviewed and a decision made.

Offer acceptance Once you have heard back from the university you have applied to, you will need to respond to their offer either by accepting via UCAS or completing and returning the offer letter you receive. 52


Our Campuses Wembley Campus Madison House, 24-28 London Road, Wembley, Middlesex, HA9 7EX

Kingsbury Campus Masons House, 1-3 Valley Drive, London, NW9 9NG

Harrow Campus Carmine Court, 202 Imperial Drive, Harrow, Middlesex, HA2 7HG 167 Imperial Drive, Harrow, HA2 7HD

Validation Partners

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